Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Annie, Dec 4, 2005.
Everyone who sends these idiots a "Christmas" card will be included on a ACLU 'Class Action' hate crime law suit...me thinks I will pass..I have nothing nice to say about them! :bangheads
I doubt it. Turning this into a "hate crime" would make them look worse than they already do. And if they did, the people that they were suing could turn around and COUNTER SUE them in their own class action suit. That actually sounds good! There could be a lot of money behind that, and that just might put them out of business... maybe I'll send them a couple HUNDRED "Merry Christmas" cards... :teeth:
I just sent them one, nicely worded. Nice picture of the Holy Family.
also I would not waste a good card or the 37cents on them... :rotflmao:
side note: It's a really nice jesture...however it would be like sending cards to the 'Kremlin' during winter...they would just feed the fire place!
Yeah.... you got a point there.... but, I can't resist.
I have a lot of running around to do tomorrow. I think I'll stop somewhere, aaahh... somewhere where I see a "Merry Christmas" sign that is, and buy a couple boxes of "Christmas" cards. This sounds like fun.
I'm trying a suggestion I saw at some site, rather than going to the 'mall' I'm starting in my own town's 'downtown' area, that are sole owners-I've already found some nice things I could never find 'online' and the price was right, and they all have Christmas signs and decorations! Oh horrors, even nativity displays!
What a lovely sight you've just described. Sounds just like, well... what Christmas "USED" to be like...
I never go near the mall here. I always shop the small shops and stores. The only reason I ever went to the mall was to go to Sears for a tool, and then I parked directly outside of Sears. Won't do that anymore either though seeing they're one of the "happy holiday" crowd. Was just trying to save a little money, but really don't need to go there for tools. Not when the Snapon, Matco, and Mac tools guys stop at the shop with their tool trucks every week.
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